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What are Microsoft Bulbs?

Microsoft Bulbs are used in Microscope for close examination of objects. There are different types of bulbs used in microscope model. Filaments and conductivity of bulbs are designed according to the microscope which is used to provide an even i... View More

 
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What is a Fluorescence Microscope?

An optical microscope that uses fluorescence and phosphorescence for studying the properties of organic or inorganic substances is called as Fluorescence Microscope. Reflection and absorption is used along with it or instead of the substances th... View More

 
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What is Electron Microscope?

Electron microscope is a microscope that uses beam of electrons as a source of illumination. Electron has high resolving capacity and reveals the structure of tiny objects. These microscopes are used to examine the ultra structure of biological ... View More

 
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What is Brinell Microscope?

Brinell Microscope is used for indentation measurement and it is one of the biological microscopes used for reading & testing impressions of the Brinell hardness. It is also used in various purposes along with achromatic optics for practice meas... View More

 
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What are confocal microscopes?

Confocal microscopy is defined as optical imaging technique for increasing optical resolution and contrast of micrograph by means of adding a spatial pinhole at the confocal plane of the lens to eliminate out of focus light. Three dimensional re... View More

 
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What are acoustic microscopes?

Microscope enables human to view the objects that cannot be seen with naked eye. Acoustic microscope is used to closely examine the solid materials and its internal features to find out the defects like cracks, delaminations and voids. There are... View More

 
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What is Biosafety Cabinet?

Biosafety cabinet is also called a biological safety cabinet or microbiological safety cabinet. It is an enclosed, ventilated laboratory workspace for working with materials contaminated with pathogens requiring a defined biosafety level. View More

 
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What are Alcohol lamps?

Alcohol lamps are made of small glass jar and a wick covered along with lid for lighting purpose instead of lantern or candle. This lamp can be used for heating at low temperature. View More

 
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What are air chambers?

Air chambers are defined as enclosures filled with air. The Chamber is used in section of hydraulic system that contains air and its elasticity equalizes the pressure and flow of liquid in the system for smooth transmission. View More

 
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What are Air transducers?

Transducer is a device that converts one form of energy to another. They are employed at the boundaries of automation, measurement and control systems. Air transducers are used to convert wind energy into other form of energy. View More

 
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What is biosensor?

Biosensor is an analytical device used for detecting the component that combines a biological component with a physicochemical detector. It needs a living organism or biological molecules to detect the presence of chemicals. View More

 
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